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About Janakalyan: Janakalyan is a society registered under Karnataka Societies Registration Act, 1960 on 2nd July 1997 at Raichur with a team of dedicated rural people to serve the rural communities in general and four holy mothers (Manavimata, Bhoomata, Gangamata and Gomata) in particular.

Vision: Creation of an enabling healthy environment where all individual has equal access to and control over the Social, Cultural, Educational and Political institutions with an economically secured livelihood

Mission: Janakalyan exists to empower four holy mothers so that an economically secured healthy atmosphere is developed where all individual identity has their deserved status through institution building by 2020

Goal of Janakalyan: To serve four holy mothers viz. Manavimata (woman), Bhoomata (soil), Gomata (animals) and Gangamata (water)

The Objectives
1. To implement developmental programs for child, woman & weaker sections.
2. To implement programs for socio-economic status improvement of the communities.
3. To implement programs for disabled, handicapped & street children.
4. To develop & demonstrate new technologies, suitable for rural population in all the related fields and motivating the people to adopt it.
5. To implement programs for healthy environment development.
6. To implement poverty alleviation programs.
7. To open and manage nursery, primary, middle and High Schools and also colleges of various disciplines including UG and PG courses in the field of medical, engineering, computer sciences, agriculture, social works and also in other disciplines, as may be found necessary from time to time.
8. To run technical colleges such as DEd, BEd, ITI, Diploma, Engineering, Medical, Ayurvedic, etc.
9. To run any kind of educational institutions for children, women and farmers of the country including KVK, RSK
10. To conduct teachers training courses
11. To open and manage reading rooms, Libraries with all kinds of facilities.
12. To run adult education programs for the rural illiterate.
13. To conduct skill up-gradation & vocational training programs for unemployed youths, women and farmers.
14. In fulfillment of the objectives, it may seek any kind of assistance from various sources and take up any other activities as found necessary by the Governing Board.
15. It may borrow the loans from various Government and Non-Govt. Organization.
16. Publication of Journals, Magazines and Souvenir etc. in the public interest.

Our Services to the Mankind: Over the period, Janakalyan has evolved its own developmental models suitable for its clients, which are now the unique products of Janakalyan; thus Janakalyan has confined all its activities to these products-
1. Jan Sanghatan: An initiative to bring community together on a common platform to resolve common issues
2. Jan Krishi: An initiative to improve the livelihoods of farming communities by improving agriculture sector
3. Jan Jal: An initiative to make judicious use of water for drinking & irrigation using water efficient technologies
4. Jan Raksha: An initiative of Janakalyan to protect health of all animals using appropriate tools and techniques
5. Jan Shiksha: An initiative to reach the unreached through innovative tools of Janakalyan
6. Jan Udyog: An initiative for the unemployed youths of rural areas to create job-creators and not job-seekers
7. Jan Shakti: An initiative of Janakalyan to harness renewable sources of energy for the generations to come

Our Values & Beliefs:
• India lives in its villages and therefore Janakalyan dedicated itself for uplifting rural communities. Janakalyan understand that there are issues in urban slums also, but it restricted itself working for the rural communities only to reduce the gap between urbanized India and rural Bharat
• Janakalyan believes in empowerment and sustainability strategies and all its programs are designed with these core principles through institution building.
• Accountability
About Janakalyan: Janakalyan is a society registered under Karnataka Societies Registration Act, 1960 on 2nd July 1997 at Raichur with a team of dedicated rural people to serve the rural communities in general and four holy mothers (Manavimata, Bhoomata, Gangamata and Gomata) in particular.

Vision: Creation of an enabling healthy environment where all individual has equal access to and control over the Social, Cultural, Educational and Political institutions with an economically secured livelihood

Mission: Janakalyan exists to empower four holy mothers so that an economically secured healthy atmosphere is developed where all individual identity has their deserved status through institution building by 2020

Goal of Janakalyan: To serve four holy mothers viz. Manavimata (woman), Bhoomata (soil), Gomata (animals) and Gangamata (water)

The Objectives
1. To implement developmental programs for child, woman & weaker sections.
2. To implement programs for socio-economic status improvement of the communities.
3. To implement programs for disabled, handicapped & street children.
4. To develop & demonstrate new technologies, suitable for rural population in all the related fields and motivating the people to adopt it.
5. To implement programs for healthy environment development.
6. To implement poverty alleviation programs.
7. To open and manage nursery, primary, middle and High Schools and also colleges of various disciplines including UG and PG courses in the field of medical, engineering, computer sciences, agriculture, social works and also in other disciplines, as may be found necessary from time to time.
8. To run technical colleges such as DEd, BEd, ITI, Diploma, Engineering, Medical, Ayurvedic, etc.
9. To run any kind of educational institutions for children, women and farmers of the country including KVK, RSK
10. To conduct teachers training courses
11. To open and manage reading rooms, Libraries with all kinds of facilities.
12. To run adult education programs for the rural illiterate.
13. To conduct skill up-gradation & vocational training programs for unemployed youths, women and farmers.
14. In fulfillment of the objectives, it may seek any kind of assistance from various sources and take up any other activities as found necessary by the Governing Board.
15. It may borrow the loans from various Government and Non-Govt. Organization.
16. Publication of Journals, Magazines and Souvenir etc. in the public interest.

Our Services to the Mankind: Over the period, Janakalyan has evolved its own developmental models suitable for its clients, which are now the unique products of Janakalyan; thus Janakalyan has confined all its activities to these products-
1. Jan Sanghatan: An initiative to bring community together on a common platform to resolve common issues
2. Jan Krishi: An initiative to improve the livelihoods of farming communities by improving agriculture sector
3. Jan Jal: An initiative to make judicious use of water for drinking & irrigation using water efficient technologies
4. Jan Raksha: An initiative of Janakalyan to protect health of all animals using appropriate tools and techniques
5. Jan Shiksha: An initiative to reach the unreached through innovative tools of Janakalyan
6. Jan Udyog: An initiative for the unemployed youths of rural areas to create job-creators and not job-seekers
7. Jan Shakti: An initiative of Janakalyan to harness renewable sources of energy for the generations to come

Our Values & Beliefs:
• India lives in its villages and therefore Janakalyan dedicated itself for uplifting rural communities. Janakalyan understand that there are issues in urban slums also, but it restricted itself working for the rural communities only to reduce the gap between urbanized India and rural Bharat
• Janakalyan believes in empowerment and sustainability strategies and all its programs are designed with these core principles through institution building.
• Accountability

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J ANAK ALYAN

AN INSTITUTION FOR INNOVATION INTEGRATED INSPIRING INTERVENTIONS
Annual Report
2012-13






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Annual Report 2012-13

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About Janakalyan
Janakalyan is a society registered under Karnataka Societies Registration Act, 1960 on 2
nd
July 1997 at Raichur with a
team of dedicated rural people to serve the rural communities in general and four holy mothers (Manavimata,
Bhoomata, Gangamata and Gomata) in particular.
Vision Statement Creation of an enablinghealthy environment where all individual has equal access to and control over
the Social, Cultural, Educational and Political institutions with an economically secured livelihood

Mission Statement Janakalyan exists to empower four holy mothers so that an economically secured healthy
atmosphere is developed where all individual identity has their deserved status through institution building by 2020

Goal of Janakalyan To serve four holy mothers viz. Manavimata (woman), Bhoomata (soil), Gomata (animals) and
Gangamata (water)

The Objectives
1. To implement developmental programs for child, woman & weaker sections.
2. To implement programs for socio-economic status improvement of the communities.
3. To implement programs for disabled, handicapped & street children.
4. To develop & demonstrate new technologies, suitable for rural population in all the related fields and motivating
the people to adopt it.
5. To implement programs for healthy environment development.
6. To implement poverty alleviation programs.
7. To open and manage nursery, primary, middle and High Schools and also colleges of various disciplines including UG
and PG courses in the field of medical, engineering, computer sciences, agriculture, social works and also in other
disciplines, as may be found necessary from time to time.
8. To run technical colleges such as DEd, BEd, ITI, Diploma, Engineering, Medical, Ayurvedic, etc.
9. To run any kind of educational institutions for children, women and farmers of the country including KVK, RSK
10. To conduct teachers training courses
11. To open and manage reading rooms, Libraries with all kinds of facilities.
12. To run adult education programs for the rural illiterate.
13. To conduct skill up-gradation & vocational training programs for unemployed youths, women and farmers.
14. In fulfillment of the objectives, it may seek any kind of assistance from various sources and take up any other
activities as found necessary by the Governing Board.
15. It may borrow the loans from various Government and Non-Govt. Organization.
16. Publication of Journals, Magazines and Souvenir etc. in the public interest.

Our Services to the Mankind
Over the period, Janakalyan has evolved its own developmental models suitable for its clients, which are now the unique
products of Janakalyan; thus Janakalyan has confined all its activities to these products-
1. Jan Sanghatan: An initiative to bring community together on a common platform to resolve common issues
2. Jan Krishi: An initiative to improve the livelihoods of farming communities by improving agriculture sector
3. Jan Jal: An initiative to make judicious use of water for drinking & irrigation using water efficient technologies
4. Jan Raksha: An initiative of Janakalyan to protect health of all animals using appropriate tools and techniques
5. Jan Shiksha: An initiative to reach the unreached through innovative tools of J anakalyan
6. Jan Udyog: An initiative for the unemployed youths of rural areas to create job-creators and not job-seekers
7. Jan Shakti: An initiative of Janakalyan to harness renewable sources of energy for the generations to come

Our Values & Beliefs
India lives in its villages and therefore Janakalyan dedicated itself for uplifting rural communities. Janakalyan
understand that there are issues in urban slums also, but it restricted itself working for the rural communities only
to reduce the gap between urbanized India and rural Bharat
Janakalyan believes in empowerment and sustainability strategies and all its programs are designed with these core
principles through institution building.
Accountability and transparency are core values of Janakalyan and maintained at all levels to its highest degree.
Janakalyan never considers itself an alternative to Government but a watchdogfor the community. It does believe
itself as an assisting agency for the Government in developing the nation and its citizens.
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Annual Report
2012-13


CONTENT

Sectors Particulars Page No.
About Janakalyan 1
Content 2
FromDirector’s Desk 3
Year at a glance : 2012-13 4
Jan Sanghatan Fight for Rights – Mother tongue education reestablished in Karnataka
for Bengali speaking communities
6
Jan Krishi Create Multiple Sources of Income in Small Farms – Inculcate a habit of
diversified cropping patter to distribute risk of crop failure
7
Jan Jal Ensure Water to Ensure Food Security – Provide a water bank to your
child than a house; house is for urban child while ‘water bank’ for rural
8
Jan Raksha Total Sanitation Campaign – Participation is the way to real
development, 200 toilets built in 25 days
9
Jan Shiksha Rural Education is the Need of the Hour – Education centers must shift
to rural areas for true knowledge empowerment
10
Jan Udyog National Rural Employment Guarantee Scheme – Knowledge
empowerment of rural wage-earners is the way to ensure employment
creation
12
Jan Shakti Renewable Sources of Energy Harnessing – Efforts to replace non-
renewable sources of energy by renewable sources at home and farm
13
Impacts Impacts on primary target group of Janakalyan – the refugees 14
What next? Journey ahead to Janakalyan 16
Documentation Major Reports brought out by Janakalyan during 2012-13 17
Compliance to Credibility Alliance Norms 18
Resources Audited Financial Statements of Janakalyan at the end of 31.3.2013 20
Footsteps of Janakalyan 21
Management team, donors, bank, auditor and address of Janakalyan 23

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From Director’s Desk
2
nd
J ul y 2013 Pr asen R apt an
Shanti nagar Executi ve Di r ect or
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16
th
Year at a Glance: 2012-13

16
th
year (2012-13) is made memorable in the history of Janakalyan by winning the long pending battle
of mother tongue education. It is during this year Janakalyan could convince the Government of
Karnataka to pass an order to provide the mother tongue (Bangla) learning facility in local government
schools. Government of Karnataka issued the order on 31.12.2012 and the day was celebrated on 1
st

March 2013 wherein delegates participated from 14 Indian States. A Bhasha Vijay Stambh was erected
on the occasion in memory of the victory in the presence of delegates from 14 states of India.

Opening of Maa Sarada Pre University College is another important event, which made the year
memorable. Government accorded its approval on 22.3.2012 and the formal inauguration of the same
was done on 24.6.2012 by Swami Veereshananda Maharaj of Sri Ramakrisna Ashrama, Mysore. The new
building of the college was declared open on 4-8 January 2013 by Sri N Shankrappa, the President of
Karnataka State Commission for Backward Classes in the gracious presence of Swami Muktidanananda
Maharaj & Swami Jnanananda Maharaj of Sri Ramakrishna Ashramand other distinguished guests.

The year is memorable for many other reasons too! Some of the important events are placed here for
the readers to realize why and how important the 16
th
year was for Janakalyan and its target
communities.
1. Credibility Alliance accredited Janakalyan under Desirable Norms (highest standard) of good
governance and accountability of voluntary sector
2. A video for 3 minutes prepared and screened at Development Dialogue 2012 on water-harvesting
interventions of Janakalyan. Development Dialogue is an international event of Deshpande
Foundation at Hubli organized every year in the month of January.
3. Janakalyan Sexual Harassment Policy-2011 was adopted by Governing Board w.e.f. 11.11.11
4. A publication “An Obscure Hope” on Refugees has been brought out.
5. Participated in 3-days Dharna cum Procession at Jantar-Mantar, New Delhi from 21-23 Nov 2011 on
refugee issues; meeting with Sri H D Devegouda, the former PM of India on refugee issues at his
residence in Delhi.
6. Participated in Annual Report Award of CSO Partners and was shortlisted among the top 10.
7. More than 100 staffs of 5 NGOs from North Karnataka were trained on microplanning at Janakalyan
8. Participated and organized Vivekananda Jyothi Yatra in Raichur on the eve of 150
th
Birth Anniversary
of Swami Vivekananda
9. Process initiated for land purchase permission from DC and conversion of land as Non-Agriculture
10. Prof Ravivarma Kumar, senior advocate of Karnataka High Court consulted for refugee issues
11. Sri Vishweshwar Hegde Kageri, Primary & Secondary Education Minister consulted for Bengali
language and college permission
12. Applied for a Rural ITI in Janakalyan campus
13. Linguistic Minority status was declared for Bengali communities by local administration.
14. Training on water budgeting at Cooperative Training Institute of Hyderabad to the Solidaridad
supported Better Cotton Initiative (BCI) project partners.
15. Initiated the process of Payment Gateway registration for www.jankalyana.org for online donation.
16. Organized “Jana Spandana” Program – a grand success in R H Colony No.2 on 7.4.2012
17. Designed a new website for Janakalyan i.e. www.jankalyana.org instead of www.jankalyan.in and
launched it on 5.5.2012.
18. More than 200 toilets have been sanctioned by Infosys Foundation for communities and about 3
institutional toilets. Constructed 200 toilets in 25 days with the community cooperation.
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19. Refugee rights like caste, language, voter ID, ration card, land rights, etc. issues are taken up at
appropriate level. Regular meeting with community leaders on refugee issues
20. May Day celebrated at Devaragudi with WE (Wage-Earners) groups in the presence of MLA Sri
Venkatarao Nadagouda was a grand success.
21. Swami Shivananda Maharaj of Jadeshiddheshwar Math, Davanagera visited and addressed the
students on 11.7.2012
22. Sri Dandin Maharaj and Satpriyananda Maharaj of Goudiay Math addressed the students on
12.7.2012
23. Swami Tyageeshwarananda Maharaj of Bangalore Ramkrishna Ashram and Swmai Archananda
Maharaj of Rayagad addressed the students on 27.7.2012
24. Participated in SDTT workshop in Prakriti, Nagpur on NREGA between 6-8 August 2012
25. Meeting with Sri JairamRamesh, Union RDPR Minister on toilet and Nirmal Gram Purashkar on
19.8.2012 at Gulbarga
26. Jnanavahini of Sri Ramakrishna Ashram, Mysore visited our college and other schools/colleges of
Sindhanur between 21-29 August 2012. Swami Veereshananda Maharaj addressed the students and
lead the Jnanavahini.
27. All India Refugee Convention was organized at Mavalankar Auditorium, New Delhi on 29-30 August
2012. Submitted memorandum to Rastrapathi and PM about refugee issues on 31.8.2012.
28. Teachers Day cum Welcome Function was celebrated on 5.9.2012
29. About 200 toilet lokarpan program with Sri Basavaraj Patil Sedam, MP as chief guest on 14.9.2012.
30. Mau, MP team visited Janakalyan for learning exposure on 19.9.2012 about NREGA.
31. Mr. Tauqueer Sabri, PO of SDTT visited Janakalyan on 20.9.2012 for programevaluation.
32. Ms Archana, GiveIndia visited Janakalyan on 24.9.2012 for field verification
33. Meeting with Sri Narayanaswami, Social Welfare Minister (27.11.2012), Sri Vishweshwar Hegde
Kageri, Education Minister (28.11.2012) and Sri Aravinda Limbavali, Health Minister (28.11.2012) for
refugee issues.
34. Swami Jitakamananda Maharaj, President of Sri Ramakrishna Math, Mangalore addressed the
students on 2.12.2012 on the eve of 150
th
Birth Anniversary of Swami Vivekananda.
35. Government of Karnataka issued a gazette notification on 26
th
March 2013 bearing number SWD
157 SAD 2009 to constitute a high level committee chaired by the Additional Chief Secretary; the
committee shall recommend the points to be considered to issue SC certificate to Namasudra
communities of Karnataka.

Copy of the Government Order on SC certificate of Bengali refugees
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Jan Sanghatan
Fight for Rights–
Mother tongue education reestablished in Karnataka for Bengali speaking communities

Thanks to Government of Karnataka for finally
for responding to one of the long pendingissues
of rehabilitated communities in Sindhanur taluk
of Raichur District! Out of several constitutional
demands of these Bengali communities,
Government of Karnataka has finally issued an
order to teach ‘Bangla’ as second language in
local government schools (Government Order
No: ED 34 PMC 2012 date 31.12.2012).
It was not that easy but a long struggle of more
than 15 years of J anakalyan which yielded result
in 2012-13 and generations of Bengali
communities residing in Karnataka would study
their mother tongue and retain the language and
culture outside Bangla border. It made
J anakalyan team proud and happy. The
achievement was celebrated on 1
st
March 2013
as “Matribhasha Vijay Divas” in the presence
of delegates of 14 states of India including poets,
writers, intellectuals and activists.
The government officers of education
department and elected representatives who
cooperated during the fight were felicitated on
the occasion. A ‘Bhasha Vijay Stambh’ was
erected to remember the day.

Reservation: Major share of the rehabilitated
Bengali communities are from Namasudra,
Rajbanshi and Poundra communities; these
castes are recognized as Scheduled Caste (SC) in
West Bengal and other 5 states but not in
Karnataka. The fight started long back in 1996
and various strategies adopted during these long
years. It is during this year, Government of
Karnataka has issued a gazette notification on
26.3.2013 bearing number SWD 157 SAD 2009
through which a high level committee chaired by
Additional Chief Secretary is constituted. The
committee shall recommend the government the
points to be considered to issue SC certificate to
these communities. This is another big
achievement of J anakalyan in its 16
th
year of
intervention. In order to fight for these rights,
J anakalyan has brought these communities under
a national umbrella of Nikhil Bharat Bangali
Udbastu Samanvay Samiti.


Matribhasha Vijay Divas – left view
Matribhasha Vijay Stambh unveiled

Introductory speech to Matribhasha Vijay Divas

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Jan Krishi
Create Multiple Sources of Income in Small Farms–
Inculcate a habit of diversified cropping pattern to distribute the risk of crop failure


Multiple Sources of Income – risk distribution

Vermicomposting – recycling the wastes

Thanks to NABARD for supporting a farm
based innovation under the Farmers Technology
Transfer Fund (FTTF) to create a model for tail
end farmers of Tungabhadra Irrigation Project!
Growth of population and land fragmentation
has reduced the per capita land availability. This
posed the food insecurity to the small farmers.
This is also because of the mono-cropping and
inadequate irrigation at tail end of Tungabhadra
irrigation project. Though we have enough
runoff generated during the rainy season for
which make way out of our farmand later blame
God or Government for not providing irrigation.

To enhance the productivity and income level of
these farmers, J anakalyan developed a model to
inculcate the habit of diversified cropping
pattern to distribute the risk of crop failure. To
begin with, the intervention started with 5
farmers while it is planned to demonstrate with
another 10 farmers. The productive units
demonstrated in the farms are –
1) Fish in the Water Bank
2) Fodder with milch animals
3) Vermicompost for soil fertility improvement
4) Vegetable cultivation

In addition, some fruit and firewood trees are
also planted on the bunds of the water bank. The
model is tested with more than 50 farmers in
past and has come up as a replicable model for
any tail end of irrigation project in India.

Concept of cost sharing is introduced to develop
the sense of ownership among the farmers on the
assets created.

NABARD has played an important role in
reducing the wastage of food grains with the
Grameen Bhandara Yojana by promoting of
rural go-downs. Similar scheme needs to be
promoted by NABARD in order to harvest this
runoff by creating “Water Bank” to reduce
wastage of every drop of water.
Cotton grown as part of IFS intervention
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Jan Jal
Ensure Water to Ensure Food Security –
Provide a water bank to your child than a house; house is for urban child while ‘water bank’ for rural

Thanks to Give2Asia (Deshpande Foundation
fund) for supporting a farmbased innovation to
create a model for tail end farmers of
Malaprabha Irrigation Project in Gadag district
of Karnataka! All tail ends of any irrigation
projects in I ndia are exposed to 2-extremes of
water availability. The farmers lose their
standing crop due to inundation in rainy season
while it gets dried up during peak season for
lack of irrigation. In order to bring the farmers
out of this trap, Janakalyan has developed an
innovative model to create a “water bank” in all
such farms to harvest the excess water during
rainy season and use it for lifesaving irrigation
during peak season.

J anakalyan believes that if water security is
ensure to the farming communities, they will
ensure the food security of the nation. Therefore,
urges the farming communities to create a water
bank for their children instead of a house for
them. With the support of Deshpande
Foundation, J anakalyan has already created
about 45 water banks in the Gadag district in the
last 3 years as provided in the following table-
Number of
water banks
2010-11 2011-12 2012-13 Total
10 27 8 45
Various other productive units are added after
excavation of these water banks in the farms.
Water Bank excavated to store excess water
Partners Meet at Deshpande Foundation
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Jan Raksha
Total Sanitation Campaign –
Participation is the way to real development, 200 toilets built in 25 days


200 toilets lokarpan – cheque distribution


Lives in hut but constructed toilet

Thanks to Infosys Foundation for the support
through Kottala Basaveshwara Bharatiya
Shikshana Samsthe for supporting construction
of 200 toilets in Sindhanur Rehabilitation
Project! It was to our wonder that community
participation could ensure completion of
construction of 200 toilets in only 25 days
without investing a single rupee. It is the
credibility of J anakalyan that without any formal
documentation, 200 families invested more than
Rs.40 lakhs to construct 200 toilets believing
that J anakalyan would certainly give the
promised grant of Rs.8000 per toilet. On the
contrary, the same community is not ready to
invest for the toilets to get grant fromGram
Panchayat though the amount is higher
(Rs.9800) than what J anakalyan has promised.

The lokarpan of these 200 toilets was done in the
presence of Sri Basavaraj Patil Sedam(MP) and
Sri Vasudevrao Deshpande of I nfosys
Foundation along with cheques for each
beneficiary. The intervention did not stop there
but it is ensured by J anakalyan teamthat each of
these 200 toilets is being used hygienically. The
senior citizens, the pregnant women and
adolescent girls have thanked the foundation for
this kind assistance.


Volunteers made it to complete 200 toilets in
25 days – Satyajit Majumdar and other
volunteers are being felicitated on Lokarpan
& Cheque distribution Program
Using it hygienically for whole family

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Jan Shiksha
Rural Education is the Need of the Hour –
Education centers must shift to rural areas for true knowledge empowerment

Thanks to www.giveI ndia.org for assisting
hundreds of rural children to ensure their
primary and secondary education through online
donation supports! The primary target groups of
J anakalyan are rural small and marginal farmers
from lower strata of the society. Being
Scheduled Caste (SC) in their original place of
abode and 6 states of India, they are deprived of
these constitutional benefits in Karnataka after
their rehabilitation. Thus they neither get
economic benefits of various government
schemes nor do their children get
education/employment benefits. Therefore
education status of these communities is very
poor.

With the support of GiveIndia, J anakalyan has
initiated 4 interventions to improve the
education of these communities as briefed
below-
a. Provide ‘Education Kit’ to poor children to
ensure continuity in schools throughout the
year in addition to what government
provides in the schools.
b. Provide ‘Artisan/Agriculture Kit’ to the
parents of the poor children so that they earn
and support education of their children in
school/college
c. Provide stipend to adolescent girls / rural
youth for college education to ensure post-
metric education to avoid child marriage /
child labor and its deadly consequences
d. Provide ‘Hygiene Kit’ to poor families so
that the hygienic condition is maintained at
home to reduce hospital expenditures and
thus support their children in school/college

Priya avoids her child marriage with
GiveIndia support

Nisha received support of GiveIndia to
postpone age at marriage thru post-metric
education

Mohit pursues his post-metric education with
giveIndia support

Swami Muktidananda Maharaj, President of
Ramakrishan Ashrama, Mysore with Swami
J nanananda Maharaj of Tamil Nadu and other
distinguished guests during opening of new building
of Maa Sarada Pre University College.

Students of Maa Sarada Pre University College
performing cultural programs during the 1
st
Annual
Day of the College

Cultural and spiritual education to students
Decentralized Education: Ancient India had
gurukul education centers in rural areas whereas
in modern days the education centers are
concentrated in urban cities. The rural poor do
not have access to such education due to various
factors including economic reason. J anakalyan
initiated a reverse trend to provide higher
education to the rural poor at their doorstep. The
Maa Sarada Pre University College started
during the year and the new building was also
inaugurated in the same year in the presence of
Swamijis fromRamakrishna Ashrams. About 57
students are learning in this institute, major
share being adolescent girls fromrural areas.
Otherwise, these girls are generally married at
the age of 14-16 years. This institute basically
caters to the needs of these adolescent girls.

The formal inauguration of the college was held
on 24
th
J une 2012 in the gracious presence of
Swami Veereshwaranand Maharaj of
Ramakrishna Ashrama, Mysore. About 200
mothers and senior citizens were honored to get
their blessings with clothes on this auspicious
occasion.

Swami J itakamananda Maharaj of Mangalore
Ramakrishna Ashrama, Swami
Tyageeshwaranand Maharaj of Ulsoor
Ramakrishna Ashram and other spiritual persons
addressed the students during the year. Sri
Basavaraj Patil Sedam, MP (Rajya Sabha) also
addressed the students on 14.9.2012.

Innovative competitions to retain the culture and
tradition among the parents are conducted
during the Annual Day ceremony from 4-8
J anuary 2013. All these days were named as
under-
4.1.2013 : Holy Mothers Day
5.1.2013 : Parents Day
6.1.2013 : College Day
7.1.2013 : School Day
8.1.2013 : Annual Day

The institute has recruited qualified teaching
faculty who have 3-10 years of experience in
teaching.
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Jan Udyog
National Rural Employment Guarantee Scheme –
Knowledge empowerment of rural wage-earners is the way to ensure employment creation

Thanks to Sir Dorabji Tata Trust for supporting
to bring 9878 wage-earners (WE) under a
common umbrella so that their rights and
entitlements under Nation Rural Employment
Guarantee Act (NREGA), 2005 is ensured! WE
groups are promoted amongst the lower strata of
the society; they are trained about the provisions
of the NREG Act, empowered to demand for
their rights, applied for job, ensured execution of
these works through the WE groups, completed
documentation in time, ensured release of
payment without any leakage, demanded the
unemployment allowances wherever applicable,
compensation on delayed payment of wages,
worksite facilities, and such other entitlements
through these WE groups. Several agitation,
dharna, rally were also organized through these
WE groups in order to ensure their rights and
entitlements. Finally these WE groups are linked
to a state level organization called GraKooS
keeping sustainability in mind.
About 9878 wage-earners from4409 families of
57 villages from8 GPs of Sindhanur taluk has
been covered so far; of these 4933 members of
2178 families have availed employment of
31545 person-days in the reporting period with
an average of 14 person-days per family. The
total wages received by these WE groups is
Rs.48,90,870 in the reporting period while the
cumulative amount for the project period is
Rs.1,23,65,745. The average benefit per family
is about Rs.5678/-.
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3 Tidigol 1890 297 99 109 505 14 546 578 1124 426 197 325 4055 628525
4 Devargudi 2500 212 180 375 767 31 839 944 1783 521 353 512 7810 1210550
5 Umloti 1600 108 365 353 826 32 896 935 1831 629 580 607 9806 1519930
0 Gunda 2240 82 176 280 538 21 634 676 1310 424 417 354 6520 1011995
7 Gududur 1950 0 142 0 142 7 142 142 284 0 0 0 0 0
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Jan Shakti
Renewable Sourcesof Energy Harnessing -
Efforts to replace non-renewable sources of energy by renewable sources at home and farm


Windmill developed using local materials

Thanks to the peasant communities for
accepting the ideas of Janakalyan to cope up
with the challenges of global warming and
climate change! Several self supported efforts
have been tried with the farming communities
to replace application of non-renewable
sources of energies with renewable sources.
Introduction of pedal pump, pressure pump to
lift water from the tanks without electricity or
fuel is one such effort. Recycling of crop wastes
and cow excreta for soil fertility improvement in
place of chemicals, improved chullah, biogas
plants, etc. are some of these initiatives to
promote usage of renewable sources of energy.
Growing more and more firewood trees is
another way to cope up with the climate
change by replacing what the farmers take out
of the environment for own consumptions.
Otherwise, this effort could be termed as
balancing the environment.
Pressure pump used to lift water from the Water Bank; Sri Subhash Palekar, father of zero cultivation
isin Janakalyan project area with local MLA & DySP
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Impact Assessment
Impacts on primary target group of Janakalyan – the refugees
Thanks to the selfless Board and dedicated
team of Janakalyan for their repetitive efforts to
do something good for the primary target group
of Janakalyan, the refugees! For all these 16
years, the teamis putting selfless efforts for the
wellbeing of these people to ensure their
fundamental & constitutional rights without any
funding support. It has become possible
because of the selfless Governing Board of
Janakalyan who permitted Janakalyan Team to
work with these communities.
Before intervention of Janakalyan in these
colonies, the economy was purely agriculture
based, which is nothing but gambling without
assured sources of irrigation. Mono-cropping
resulted total breakdown in the year when a
particular crop grown by them failed. More
than 90% families used to purchase old clothes
(dresses) from the market for their family
members, last quality rice and rotten
vegetables on market-day. They had no
exposure to external world and thus no other
sources of income than wage-labor.
Continuous interventions have brought many
changes in the lives and livelihoods of these
refugees; few of these are briefed below for the
readers-
1) Animal Husbandry: About 1500 liters of
milk is sold daily from these colonies @
Rs.22 per liter accounting Rs.1.2 crore of
income per annum; these communities had
never sold milk as a culture which
Janakalyan broke with repeated hammering
and also providing all backward and
forward linkages to establish the milk chain.
This is a huge inflow of funds at the cost no
outflow than the fodder grown in the area.
2) Vegetable Cultivation: More than 50
farmers grow vegetable today after
intervention of Janakalyan with diversified
cropping pattern after water harvesting.
Each of these farmers earning not less than
Rs.600 per day accounting to Rs.1.09 crore
per annum. In addition, it is providing fresh
vegetables to the families of these colonies.
3) Exposure: Several rounds of interactions
with the external world, training to these
communities, exposure trips to outside
world, bringing outsiders to these colonies
for various programs, creating an interface
with the refugees and local people, sharing
the expertise of these communities with the
external world, etc. has linked them with
the external world. Some of them are in
formal sector too. Today, the younger
generations go out of the colonies in
construction field, also as operators for
harvesters, and in such other sectors and
bring in resources for economic
improvement.
Milky way of economic empowerment

Vegetable fetches her more than Rs.850
per day throughout the year

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4. Reduction in Inputs Cost: Application of
timely inputs is very critical in agriculture
and investment plays an important role in
assuring the same. Cost of both these
(inputs & investment) was too high as the
farmers used to borrow credit from money
lenders / traders. It was with the
introduction of SHG movement, the rate of
interest of credit has come down to Rs.2
per month from Rs.10 and that has
drastically changed the trader-farmer
relationship. Today, the farmers do not
borrow loan from the
moneylenders/traders but these SHGs play
the same role. This has increased the
profitability of farm to the greatest extent.
Today, none of the families purchase used
clothes from the market, eat farm fresh
vegetables every day, send their children to
private schools/colleges and live a happy life
with their family members.
In addition, efforts of Janakalyan has also
brought following important changes in the
lives and livelihoods of the communities-
1) Mother Tongue Education: Government of
Karnataka has provided the mother tongue
learning facility to these Bengali
communities from 2013-14 in all
government run schools in the area. This
will help them to retain their identity,
language and culture.
2) Social Reservation: The Namasudra,
Poundra and Rajbanshi communities of
these refugees are considered as Scheduled
Caste (SC) in their original place of abode
while not in Karnataka. Efforts of
Janakalyan all through these 16 years has
made Government of Karnataka to issue a
gazette notification on 26.3.2013 to
constitute a high level committee chaired
by Additional Chief Secretary of Karnataka
to recommend the points to be considered
to issue them SC certificate.
3) National Alliance: It is with the efforts of
Janakalyan, these extinct communities have
been federated with a national alliance of
Bengalis scattered across the country. A
national body called Nikhil Bharat Bangali
Udbastu Samanway Samiti is created at all
India level and its Karnataka Chapter is
created with the initiative of Janakalyan.
There are many other impacts of our
interventions on these primary target groups in
terms of improving the physical infrastructure
like road, drinking water, irrigation water,
veterinary facilities, medical facilities,
government facilities of various schemes and so
on….. It is Janakalyan which intervenes during
any critical points of these communities and
resolve such issues.

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What Next?
Journey ahead to Janakalyan

Lots have been achieved during the last 16 years of development journey of Janakalyan with the support
of our esteemed donors and cooperation of the target communities; however, there is long way to go to
make these communities empowered and self reliant!

Janakalyan plans few important interventions in the days to come which are briefed below-
1) Decentralized Education: In ancient days, the gurukul education system prevailed wherein the
students used to go to Ashram (usually located in neighborhood of villages) to gain knowledge and
experience fromthe nature. But in present days, the education centers are concentrated in urban
cities beyond the reach of rural children. It is therefore the gap between urban India and rural
Bharat is increasing day by day. Janakalyan proposes to reverse the present trend and draw the
attention of urban children to the rural areas by creating state of art education centre in rural areas.
This will not only provide practical experience to the students but also the fresh environment for
their growth. In addition, the rural children will have the access to the education of equal standard.
2) Water Bank: Water is life and assured water to the farming community can ensure food security the
whole nation. We have enough water but lack in storage structures. We make way to water when
have in excess but blame God or Government in scarcity. Janakalyan plans to create Water Bank for
each farm to harvest each drop of water and make effective use of it. Janakalyan urges the
community, government and developmental agencies to ensure that each farmer creates ‘Water
Bank’ for his child than a house.
3) National Alliance: Janakalyan team has enough expertise in addressing the issues of refugees and
managing natural resources for livelihood improvement, especially in the tail ends of irrigation
projects in India. Janakalyan plans to deploy its expertise in similar contexts all over the country
through a national alliance of likeminded agencies and communities.
4) Human Resource for Rural Development: There are unknown numbers of institutions in the country
who are creating human resources; but none of themare oriented to work in rural areas havingno
or little infrastructures. Even the person from rural areas starts job hunting in urban cities.
Janakalyan wishes to establish a Human Resource Development Centre where the person would be
trained in rural development and oriented / motivated / brainwashed to work in rural areas with
deprived communities.
The estimated cost of these proposed interventions are tabulated below-
Sl. No. Proposed Project Period (years) Amount (INR)
1 Decentralized Education 6 years 21,00,00,000
2 Water Bank 7 years 18,00,00,000
3 National Alliance 5 years 5,00,00,000
4 Human Resource for Rural Development 10 years 10,00,00,000
Total fund requirement 54,00,00,000

Janakalyan has a dedicated team to transfer your resources to the deservinggroups and needs about Rs.54
crores to accomplish the above targets. We urge for your generous support ONLINE and/or request you to
deposit the same in our State Bank of India account No.30168833165 having IFSC SBIN0007861 in favor of
Janakalyan. You can also donate online through the following links: http://www.jankalyana.org or
http://www.giveindia.org/m-1155-aapna-janakalyan.aspx. Your support could be as small as Rs.100 to any
amount you like to donate for a cause.
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Documentation
Major Reports brought out by Janakalyan during 2012-13

Like every year, progress reports for various projects were published during the year 2012-13 as a policy
of Janakalyan and also as per the requirements of supporting organizations. The following are those
reports and all these area available on our website www.jankalyana.org and can also be obtained from
our office by request.


Annual Action Plan - SDTT
Final Report to SDTT
2
nd
Interim Report to G2A
Feedback Reports to GiveIndia Parishuddha Yojana Report Maa Sarada PU College

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Compliance to Credibility Alliance Norms
Identity:
Janakalyan is a registered organization under Karnataka Societies Registration Act, 1960 (No.
SOR/28/97-98 dated 2.7.1997) at Raichur, Karnataka and committed for people’s empowerment.
Janakalyan is registered u/s 12A of Income Tax Act, 1961 (F.No.12A/26/CIT/GLB/02-03) and also with
Commissioner of Income Tax u/s 80G of Income Tax Act, 1961 and is valid for lifetime (Registration No.
F.No.76/80G/CIT-GLB/07-08).

Janakalyan is registered under Foreign Contribution (Regulation) Act, 1976 (No. 094610029)
PAN of Janakalyan is AAATJ 5178Q and TAN is BLRJ02258E
Visitors are welcome to visit us at the address given in the back cover of this report or in our website
www.jankalyana.org; all certificates, annual reports, audit reports can be viewed on the website.
Name and addressof Bankers: SBH (ADB), Sindhanur-584128 for FC and SBI, Sindhanur & Syndicate
Bank, Jawalagera, Sindhanur-584143 for domestic contributions
Name and address of auditors: M/s P.K.Subramanian & Co, Bresthwarpet, Raichur-584101

Vision, Aims/Objectives and Achievements:
Janakalyan has well defined and written Vision, Mission, Goal & Objectives and the same could be
referred in “About Janakalyan” section of this report. Achievements during the year could be referred in
“Year at a glance” & “Footsteps of Janakalyan” sections of this report.

Governance: The details about the Governing Board members as on 31.3.2012 are listed below-
Name Age Sex
Designati
on
Occupation Area of expertise
Participation
in Meeting
Relation to
other
member
Dr. Sharanagouda
SHiregoudar
36 M President Asst Prof in Agril
Engg College
Expert in food & milk
processing technologies
5/5 Not related
Smt Kalpana Roy 47 F Vice
President
Teacher,
Meenakshi
Public School,
Sindhanur
Education expert;
women empowerment,
rural development
5/5 Not related
Sri Santosh Sutar 37 M Secretary Program Officer,
CEE, South
Regional Office,
Bangalore
Expert in environment,
hygiene and school
education projects
4/5 Not related
Smt. Anima
Majumdar
49 F Member Housewife,
Sindhanur
Social works in rural
area, especially with
women
4/5 Not related
Sri M V N Rao 59 M Member ED in reputed
NGO, Kolar
All round management
of NGO programs
1/5 Not related
Sri Ramappa K T 38 M Member Asst Prof in Agril
Engg College
Soil & Water, Irrigation,
Drainage expert
4/5 Not related
Smt Renuka Patil 40 F Member Program Officer,
Mahila
Samakhya
Women empowerment,
health, hygiene,
sanitation
3/5 Not related

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The Janakalyan board met 5 times during the year on 22.4.2012, 22.7.2012 (AGM), 22.7.2012, 9.12.2012
and 8.1.2013; the minutes are documented and circulated

The Board members are elected every year in the AGM by the General Body; this year it was 22.7.2012.

The GoverningBoard of Janakalyan approves programs, budgets, annual report and audited financial
statements; the board ensures the organization’s compliance with laws of the land.

Accountability & Transparency:
Total sitting fees to the General Body members during the year is Rs.8000/- and expenditures incurred
towards food, accommodation and travel for AGM and GB meeting is Rs.21031/-

The remuneration to ED is Rs.475320/- during 2012-13

Three highest paid and lowest paid employees of Janakalyan are
Highest Paid Employee Lowest Paid Employee
Prasen Raptan M Basavarajaiah Swami Sudhanya Sikdar Umesh Sarkar
Rs.39610/- p.m. Rs.24997/- p.m. Rs.8997/- p.m. Rs.3305/- p.m.

Staff Details as on 31.3.2013 is given below as per the desirable norms of Credibility Alliance
Name Designatio
n
Year of
Joining
Yearsof
Experience
Remuneration
(Rs p.m.)
Benefits
(Rs p.m.)
Gender
Sri Prasen Raptan E D 1997 16 39610 780 M
Sri Basawarajaih M P O 2010 24 24997 780 M
Sri Sudhanya Sikdar DN 2006 6 8992 780 M
Sri Umesh Sarkar Supervisor 2008 4 3305 231 M
Smt Shivamma T GPO 2011 4 5659 614 F
Sri Manojith Biswas Accountant 2007 6 6610 780 M
Smt Indira B GPO 2011 4 5027 481 F
Sri Basawaraj H Operator 2011 4 8000 - M
Sri Raghavendra Principal 2012 3 10000 - M
Sri Husenappa Lecture 2012 5 4000 - M
Sri Ravi B Lecture 2012 3 4000 - M
Sri Nagaraj Lecture 2012 6 4000 - M
Sri D Ramesh Lecture 2012 6 4000 - M
Sri Lakshimikantha Lecture 2012 6 4000 - M
Sri Praveen Kumar Lecture 2012 5 4000 - M
Sri Shivaraj Patil Lecture 2012 4 4000 - M
Sri Kalyan Reddy Lecture 2012 2 4000 - M
Sri Narayan Raptan Lecture 2012 21 2500 - M

The total cost of national travel by board members as well as personnel is Rs.NIL

The total cost of international travel by board members as well as personnel is Rs.NIL
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Abridged Financial Statements
Audited Financial Statements of Janakalyan at the end of 31.3.2013

JANAKALYAN
Income TaxAssessment Year 2013-14
Receipts & PaymentsAccounts for the period ended 31.3.2013
RECEIPTS 2011-12 2012-13 PAYMENTS
O/B of Cash Balance 0 13865 Expenses incurred for project 8728671 6264966
O/B of Bank Balance 471166 794531 Statutory Audit Fee (PKS& Co.) 16545 17978
O/B of FD 2295215 2065084 Employee benefits 73234 37494
Grants fromIndian Donors 5183020 2180727 Bank service charges 4438 3890
Grants fromForeign Donors 2727785 17369 TDS deducted by Bank fromFD 1553 3650
Donations 745799 3414315 Payment of loan 200000 0
Membership fees 63776 36410 C/B of cash 13865 10192
Interest earned 209960 131240 C/B of Bank 794531 382315
Loan and Advance Received 200000 3511930 C/B of FD 2065084 140000
TDS on salary payable 3650 21712 Work advance to staff 2450 50220
Other Receipts 0 56620 Assets Creation 0 4333098
Total Receipts 11900371 12243803 Total Payment 11900371 12243803

Income & ExpenditureAccounts for the period ended 31.3.2013
Expenditure 2011-12 2012-13 Income 2011-12 2012-13
Expenditures for all programs 8622770 10929909 O/B of unspent amount of donors 157219 788494
Unspent amount of donors C/B 788494 360485 Grants fromForeign sources 2727785 17369
Administrative expenditures 1266538 721539 Grants fromIndian sources 5183020 2180727
Work advance written off 2450 0 Membership fees 63776 36410
Excess of income over
expenditure
0 139207 Contributions fromindividuals 792699 2353834
Interest from FD and SB 200091 141107
Farmer Share 372320 448600
Fees 33000 182801
Application fees/ Hitachi revenue 5400 426880
Loan & advance 497118 0
Loan considered as income 669 0
Overspent amount of donors 0 5498205
Tax Deduction at Source (TDS) 0 21713
Sale of old assets 0 55000
Excess of expenditure over income 647155 0
Total Expenditure 10680252 12151140 Total Income 10680252 12151140
Balance Sheet as on 31.3.2013
Liabilities 2011-12 2012-13 Assets 2011-12 2012-13
Capital account 5106600 9554461 Fixed assets 3065360 7374012
Reserve Fund 25543 25543 Cash in Hand 13865 10192
Unspent amount of donors 788494 360485 Cash at Bank 794530 382315
P K Subramaniaim&co Payable 22472 16494 Fixed Deposits in Banks 2065084 140000
Accrued Interest receivable 9869 0 TDS recievable fromIT Dept 17789 16169
TDS on Salary Payable 3650 0 Overspent amount 0 5498205
Caution Deposit 0 2200 Work advance to staff 0 50220
Loans and advances 0 3511930
Total Liabilities 5956628 13471113 Total Assets 5956628 13471113
As per our report of even date
For P K Subramaniam & Co. For Janakalyan
Chartered Accountants

Partner
Date: 14.4.2013 Place: Sindhanur Secretary Executive Director
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Footsteps of Janakalyan

Janakalyan took birth in July 1997 with an objective to assist the refugees & repatriates to raise their income
level through intervention in the field of agriculture. It started working with farming communities with its own resources.
The strategy adopted to work with these peasant communities was ‘awareness generation’ among the mass about the
mistakes that they have already done and the ways to rectify it. Training & exposure were 2 tools adopted to convince
these farmers about the proposition that Janakalyan was propagating about organic farming.
Year 1998 began with new hopes. The concept of raising income level of the farmer was added with land
reclamation (soil fertility / health management and preserving it for the generations to come). It also worked out for
subsidiary sources of income for these communities and found animal husbandry as a viable option; started promoting
the same along with agriculture. By the end of the year it realized that raising the income level through its different
approaches would not serve the purpose if proper mechanism is not adopted to save the earned income; thus, started
promoting Self Help Groups of men and women. And thus the objective of Janakalyan was formulated as “to serve 3 holy
mothers i.e. Manavi Mata, Bhoo Mata & Go Mata”. It also started workingwith children, keeping education as the focal
point through ASHA & Child Labor Schools.
The year 1999-2000 could be termed as Capacity BuildingYear for Janakalyan. Maximum effort was put to train
the staff of Janakalyan at various NGOs and Institutions through training and exposure. Awareness generation, training
and exposure for the community (woman & farmers), relation building with local officers, etc. were the major activities
during the year. Fund flow also started from this year. Women Development & Empowerment Program, Mahila Arthika
Swavalambane Yojana, Participatory Technology Development in Cotton, Dairy Development Program, and Child Labor
Elimination Programwere the programs of the year. The important innovation of J anakalyan was Sansar Pathshala,
Kishori Vikash Program, Shree Shakthi Sabha and Sangha Darshini Samittee. The fourth mata i.e Ganga Mata was added
to the objective upon suggesting it by most of the distinguished visitors to Janakalyan.
The year 2000-2001 is an important year for Janakalyan wherein the top management of the organization
undergone various training at renown Institutes. Therefore, the same programs were continued during the year without
much difference. However, the major step initiated during the year was formation of a Cluster Level Federation of SHGs
and starting a Milk Marketing Center at Sindhanur through this Federation. Kitchen Garden Program was another
innovative program to recycle the water to grow vegetable in the house-yard. Most of the activities / programs got
hindered during this year due to improper management as the staffs were deputed for higher studies. However, a
research study was undertaken during the year in the Rehabilitation Project by the staff. The area of operation got
extended to outside Rehabilitation Project.
The year 2001-2002 is the year of transformation. After proper training of the top management, it realized that
till date Janakalyan was functioning without proper planning. Planning Meeting was introduced for the first time in the
organization to organize the activities in a systematic way after assessingthe needs of the community in a participatory
way. The organization also gave emphasis on professionalizing the approach by recruiting the qualified employees like
B.V.Sc., M.Tech., MSW, M.Com., MA graduates. A detailed Service Rules for Janakalyan was also adopted during the
year. A few sets of innovative programs also got introduced during the year. The year is termed as Mass Mobilization
Year because lot of efforts was put to organize the community in demanding their rights from the concerned authorities.
The year 2002-03 is the year for sustainability of the organization. Sustainability of an Organization is nothing
but having a dedicated professional team of Human Resource and a constant flow of Financial Resources. Towards this,
Janakalyan put all the effort to have a competent team by recruiting a set of fresh graduates because they could be
tuned according to the vision and mission of Janakalyan. Many efforts were put to see that the programs as well as the
organization become sustainable. The year is also most Planned Year in the history of J anakalyan; also received the FCRA
registration and exemption under section 12A of Income Tax Act, 1961. We received first foreign grant for the Cotton
Based Integrated Farming System development program. J anakalyan got lot of publicity during the year through its
program called Jana-Udyog. The area of operation was extended to outside the block as well as district. The
administrative Office was established at J awalgera keeping the conveniences like Bank, Post, Transportation and area of
operation in mind.
The year 2003-04 is the year of confidence building. An organization working with all sections of society as
target communities for the past 8 years has developed self-confidence in achieving maximum success in its target.
Looking to our professional management, dedicated team of human resource and judicious use of financial resources
another two big projects JSYS and HIVOS were added in our list. We also see considerable change in conditions of our
target community resulting because they have started believing in themselves and our propositions.
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The 9
th
year (2004-05) is recorded as the year for diversification. Janakalyan has expanded its area of operation
and reached each and every village of Sindhanur taluk as well as neighboring taluks also. Further, the activities have also
been diversified to health, education, sanitation, nutrition focusing child and mother. Linkages with UNICEF established
and it became the major donor for Janakalyan.
The year 2005-06 could be termed as year of HRD wherein Janakalyan had to recruit more than 150 staffs at
various cadres and train them in various sectors to carry out the activities undertaken in the district. The staffs are
recruited in each and every village of the Sindhanur block. Similarly the project inflow was also very high and many
activities had to be implemented in parallel.
The year (2006-07) is the year of recognition wherein Janakalyan built a strong network with government as
well as non-government agencies. Government assigned many planning tasks to Janakalyan in the district such as
perspective plan for NREGA, SuvarnaGramodaya, Kugram Suvarna Grama, etc. and the plans prepared by Janakalyan
was appreciated in the state level meetings by Sri Srinivas Murthy, the Principal Secretary of RDPR in Hotel Atria,
Bangalore. Janakalyan was also invited to train the NGOs of Mandya district in preparation of perspective plans for
Suvarna Gramodaya. In the district also, it could build an image and for any developmental initiatives, Janakalyan is
provided with the first opportunity. Janakalyan has developed a corpus during this year. Janakalyan also established a
campus of its own.
The year (2007-08) is the year of expansion both in terms of area of operation as well as its role change. UNICEF
appointed Janakalyan as the nodal agency for its programs in Raichur district and the prestigious national flagship
program viz. Total Sanitation Campaign (TSC) implementation through the NGOs was assigned to Janakalyan. Janakalyan
implemented the TSC in 300 villages of all 5 taluks of Raichur district through local NGOs. J anakalyan also participated in
various national and international programs, activities, meeting and workshops. The state level CRC convention was
hosted by Janakalyan and represented Karnataka in National level CRC convention. J anakalyan celebrated 10
th

Foundation Day on 12
th
January 2008 as mark of 10 years of contribution to the society.
The year (2008-09) is the 12
th
year of operation in Raichur district and at this juncture Janakalyan board felt that
Janakalyan needs to compress its activities in Raichur and move in some other area. It started trimming its staff-size from
the beginning of the year as well as programs. Study in other districts of Karnataka as well as research on potential
donors started during the year. Janakalyan also done major surgeries to its operational strategies, amended its byelaws,
changed its board structure and composition and many more. To sum up, it could be said that J anakalyan took new birth
with new spirit.
The year (2009-10) marked completion of 13 years in the sector of rural development; in its history of these 13
years, never entered into emergency management activities. Janakalyan initiated gradual phasing out from Raichur
district during previous year but due to an emergency call of the nature in the operational area, Janakalyan had to
initiate disaster management activities in the flood affected villages of Sindhanur on humanitarian ground. The
intervention concentrated on ensuring rights of children and women in flood affected villages and successfully
implemented in 10 villages.
The year (2010-11) marked completion of 14 years in the sector of rural development; Janakalyan started
replication of its innovative models demonstrated successfully during the journey of development in other similar
context. Identification of similar area and donors continued during the year and succeeded to initiate intervention in
Gadag district. Similarly, the other major initiative taken up during the year is towards online fundraising through
GiveIndia registration, accreditation by Credibility Alliance, affiliation to Bharat Welfare Trust, lifetime renewal of 80G of
IT Act, etc.
The year 2011-12 being 15
th
year of existence of Janakalyan, to make it meaningful it is declared as “Child Care
Year” and accordingly the activities were focused on child empowerment. Supporting refugee girls’ education, providing
education kits to the children, major operation of a cute girl and above all, opening a new college for the refugee
children are notable activities during the year. Developed Sexual Harassment Policy 2011 and relooked at all operational
policies of J anakalyan like Service Rules 2001, Procurement Policy 2005, Gender Policy 2007, and Investment Policy 2011.
Credibility Alliance accredited Janakalyan under desirable norms of highest standard in governance, accountability and
transparency. The website new website designed with www.jankalyana.org instead of www.jankalyan.in. Janakalyan
Annual Report 2010-11 was selected as top 10 best annual reports in the country by CSO Partners. National Alliance of
refugees initiated in Karnataka.
The year 2012-13 is 16
th
year of Janakalyan existence! It was earmarked for fighting for the rights of its primary
target groups, the Bengali refugees. Accordingly, succeeded to ensure Bengali teaching in government schools and the
day was celebrated on 1
st
March 2013 as Matribhasha Vijay Divas and a Matribhasha Vijay Stambh was unveiled. Maa
Sarada PU College building was inaugurated on 8
th
January 2013 on the eve of 160
th
Birth Anniversary of Holy Mother
Sarada. Government of Karnataka issued a gazette notification to consider providing reservation to these Bengalis.
Annual Report 2012-13


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Prasen Raptan

M Basavarajaiah S

Manojit Biswas
Our Partners
Give2Asia (Deshpande
Foundation)
GiveIndia
Sir Dorabji Tata Trust
Infosys Foundation (Kottala
Basaveshwara Bharatiya
Shikshana Samsthe)

Our Banks
State Bank of Hyderabad
(ADB), Sindhanur
State Bank of India,
Sindhanur
Syndicate Bank, Jawalagera

Our Auditor
M/s P K Subramanian & Co
Chartered Accountants
#11-5-23, Kartik Complex
Bresthwarpet, Raichur-584101
Email: pkssvk9@sancharnet.in

Head Office Address

JANAKALYAN
Shantinagar, R H Colony No.4
Sindhanur – 584143, Raichur
Karnataka, India
Tel: +91 8535 264488, 264140
Email: info@jankalyana.org
Website: www.jankalyana.org


Branch Office Address

JANAKALYAN
Veeresh Nilaya, Saraswati
Nagar, Naragund Taluk, Gadag
District, Karnataka, India
Email: jankalyana@bsnl.in

Sudhanya Sikdar

Indira B

Shivamma T

Raghavendra

Shivaraj Patil Lakshmikant Desai

Nagaraj Mukkunda

Narayan Raptan

Praveen Kumar

Kalyan Reddy

Ramesh Jeenoor

Ravikumar B S

Husenappa A
Yankappa

Basawaraj R

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